Texas OnCourse

In response to feedback from school counselors regarding a desire for professional development on college and career topics, Delaware has partnered with Texas OnCourse to provide access to their Texas OnCourse Academy. Texas OnCourse is an initiative from the Texas Higher Education Commission that equips middle and high school students for post-graduation success. Their Academy was developed in partnership with Texas school counselors and many other educators, both nationally and from Texas. Currently over 18,460 Texas educators are using this resource, in over 1,030 school districts (we have 19 school districts!).

You can choose to access this program in several ways:

  • If you need to look up a quick question, use the search box and search by keywords to go directly that information.
  • You can pick and choose which topics you’d like to learn more about, and just complete those modules.
  • Or, you can access them all for a more complete learning experience.

You can earn clock hours for completed modules. More info is in the Quick Start Guide. You must register in PDMS to be awarded clock hours.

If you are interested in accessing this professional development opportunity, please begin with the Quick Start Guide.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact: Leigh Weldin. We look forward to your feedback!

Learner Modules

To access this training, please begin with the Quick Start Guide.

Please note, some of the content may reference Texas-specific policies. The modules listed below are appropriate for Delaware school counselors and educators. 

Learning Modules for Both
Delaware’s Middle and High School Counselors

  • Advising Highly Mobile Students

  • Basic Principles of Career Pathways

  • Career Assessments

  • Career Clusters, Pathways, and Endorsements

  • Researching Postsecondary Options

  • Work-Based Learning (WBL) Experiences

Learning Modules for
Delaware’s High School Counselors

  • ACT

  • Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)

  • Basic Principles of Financial Aid

  • Basic Principles of Career Pathways

  • Coalition Application

  • College Finances

  • Common Application (Common APP)

  • CSS Profile


  • Military Academy Applications

  • National Merit Scholarship Program

  • NCAA and NAIA Eligibility Centers

  • SAT Scholarship Applications